Battlefield 1 Gameplay Trailer Released And Maps Detailed

During EA’s E3 “EA Play” event yesterday more information was revealed about Battlefield 1. We now have a full gameplay trailer and information on many of the maps. According to DICE, in Battlefield 1 no battle will ever be the same. Check out the new two minute long trailer below.

Following its event EA updated the official Battlefield 1 website with some screenshots and information on the first four Battlefield 1 maps.

A destructive clash in a majestic city. Fight on the streets and squares in French city of Amiens during the German spring offensive. A struggle in crumbling alleys, a courthouse, around bridges and railways where the British and the Germans desperately seek to control the depths of the city.

The St. Quentin Scar
A massive attack on the scarred battlefields of northern France. As part of the Kaiser’s battle, the German army throws everything they have to try to break through the British lines. Prepare for truly cataclysmic assaults as you push through the trenches of the St. Quentin Scar. Be the first soldier to break through the fortified lines and assault the pristine village of Travecy, untouched by the war… until now.

Monte Grappa
Take part in one of the final battles among the peaks of kings in the Venetian Alps. High up above the clouds a desperate fight for control of mountain forts are challenging even the toughest soldiers. Utilize the massive fort cannons to stop the advancing enemies as they scale the mountainside. Up here, in this furious struggle, the Austro Hungarian Empire holds the upper hand, but the Italian Army won’t stop until they’ve taken back what’s theirs.

Empire’s Edge
Along the Adriatic coast a fierce struggle for land and life is taking place. A rugged but fortified shore becomes the battlefield for an empire under siege. What was once a beautiful Mediterranean village by the coast is now transformed by mechanized war, where waves and dreadnought battleships pound the remains of Italy’s Great War.

Information on more of the Battlefield 1 maps should be released down the road.

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